CINCO DE MAYO
Cinco de Mayo Award Dinner 2019
Congratulations to our awardees from the Cinco de Mayo Celebration 2019 celebrated on May 2nd, 2019!
The Horizon Foundation for New Jersey - Jennifer Goudy, "Breaking Down Barriers Award"
Liliana Ordoñez - "Latinos Making a Difference Award"
Pastors Miguel and Zoraida Laboy - "Special Recognition"
Delicious traditional food and live mariachi entertainment were enjoyed by our guests and awardees in this special occasion.
Our distinguished guests, anchorwoman Ilia Garcia, and New Jersey Senator Troy Singleton, with Servicios Latinos' Executive Director, Angela Gonzalez, honored these accomplished members of our community in a festive and colorful fiesta.
We thank all the attendees that made this celebration a memorable event and successful fundraiser that allows
our agency to continue its work of supporting the Hispanic community and others in Burlington County.
Upcoming Event ...Cinco de Mayo
Award Dinner 2020
Join us next year as our Special Guest, Anchorwoman ilia García from Univision, leads us in this celebration and acknowledgment of outstanding Latino individuals and organizations.
Date: Thursday May 2020, specific date to be determined
Place: Burlington County Human Services´ Cafeteria
795 Woodlane Road
Westampton, NJ 08060
Time: 5:30 p.m.
$40.00 per person. Includes delicious food and live entertainment!
RSVP date TBD at (609)518-7171 or e-mail form (please find links below) to:
Cinco de Mayo Celebration - past editions
Servicios Latinos de Burlington County’s Cinco de Mayo 2017 celebration award dinner recognized organizations, businesses and individuals for their partnership, support and contributions to the Latino community in Burlington County. During the event, UNIVISION anchorwoman Ilia Garcia recognized Rowan College at Burlington County President Paul Drayton Jr., Yubelkis Fernandez, of Yudi’s Hair Salon, and two Latino students who have demonstrated to be inspirations to their families and community.
This event is organized each year to honor members of our community in their efforts to bridge the gap between different languages and cultures that interact within Burlington County.